The environmental effects of agriculture and food are hotly debated. But the most widely used method of analysis often tends to overlook vital factors, such as biodiversity, soil quality, pesticide impacts and societal shifts, and these oversights can lead to wrong conclusions on the merits of intensive and organic agriculture. This is according to a trio of researchers writing in the journal Nature Sustainability.
Bo Håkansson, professor of biomedical engineering at Chalmers University of Technology, has been awarded an honorary doctorate in medicine by Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg.
The Chalmers alumni founded Recorded future, which uses AI to predict criminals' attacks and cyber threats.
The new CEO of Chalmers Ventures will be Sara Wallin, current CEO of Almi Väst.
In order to reduce the risk of the coronavirus spreading further, teaching in the autumn will be carried out with a mixture of remote and campus-based education. T
In a room at Johanneberg Science Park on Chalmers campus, volunteers are making protective aprons for the healthcare system. In two weeks, over 2000 aprons have been produced.
Students from Chalmers and Penn State University worked together to design a garage with charging stations for electric boats. The result was award-winning!
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Chalmers will offer summer courses in both English and Swedish this year.
The intergovernmental science-policy platform IPBES, that highlights the threats on biodiversity, is the winner of this years’ Win win Gothenburg Sustainability Award.